Category Archives: Uzbekistan Airways

Uzbekistan Airways puts four Boeing jets up for sale

Uzbekistan Airways has put two Boeing 757-200s and two Boeing 767-300s up for sale.

The airline issued this offer:

As part of the project to further unify and update the fleet of aircraft, “Uzbekistan airways” JSC offers for sale aircraft of the type:



Boeing 757-200 UK-75701 (1999y.)
cost 12 030 000 USD;

Boeing 757-200 UK-75702 (1999y.)
cost 12 408 000 USD;





Boeing 767- 3 CBER UK-67007 (2003y.)
cost 21 414 000 USD;

Boeing 767-3 CBER UK-67008 (2004y.)
cost 22 362 000 USD


Please send your commercial offer to e-mail:, up to 02.03.2020y., до 18.00ч.

Phone number (99871) 254-19-12

Uzbekistan Airways aircraft photo gallery:

Uzbekistan Airways takes delivery of its first Airbus A320neo

Uzbekistan Airways, the flagship airline of Uzbekistan, has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo (UK32021), confirming the success of the A320 Family in Central Asia. The event took place on March 8 in Hamburg, Germany with Gennadiy Kharlap, Deputy Director General of Uzbekistan Airways, and Kimon Sotiropoulos, Airbus Vice President – Central and Northern Europe, Russia & CIS.

The aircraft, acquired through a leasing contract with BOC, is part of an order for two aircraft, featuring a two-class cabin with 12 premium and 138 economy seats. The aircraft is powered by CFM International LEAP 1A engines.

Uzbekistan Airways became the first airline in 1996 in a CIS country to operate a Western-built aircraft. The A320neo, renowned for its unbeatable fuel efficiency, will join the airline’s fleet of ten A320ceo aircraft operated since 2010 across a network in Europe, America, the Middle East and Asia.

The A320neo and its derivative aircraft family members are the world’s best-selling single-aisle aircraft with over 6,500 orders from over 100 customers.

Photo: Airbus.

Uzbekistan Airways orders another Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner

Uzbekistan Airways Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner UK78701 (msn 38363) BKK (Michael B. Ing). Image: 940632.

Uzbekistan Airways and the Boeing Company have signed an agreement for the delivery of another Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. The airline will have six in service by 2020.

The third Dreamliner, which is expected to be delivered in the middle of May, 2018. It differs from the previous two Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners. The number of seats is increased – the total number of seats will be 270 (business class 24, economy class 246).

Uzbekistan Airways became the first customer of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner in Central Asia.

On July 27, 2017 the 787 performed the first nonstop flight from Tashkent to New York.

Top Copyright Photo (all other by the airline): Uzbekistan Airways Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner UK78701 (msn 38363) BKK (Michael B. Ing). Image: 940632.

Uzbekistan Airways aircraft slide show:

The first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner for Uzbekistan Airways

The first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner for Uzbekistan Airways

Uzbekistan Airways has two Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners on order.

Copyright Photo: Uzbekistan Airways Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner UK78701 (msn 38363) PAE (Nick Dean). Image: 934399.

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Uzbekistan Airways to operate A320 UK32000 for the government

Uzbekistan Airways (Tashkent) will operate newly-built Airbus A320-214 D-AUBV (msn 4528) as a VIP transport for the government of Uzbekistan.

Copyright Photo: Eurospot. D-AUBV is seen at Toulouse with the Uzbek flag on the tail rather than the normal logo. The aircraft will become UK32000 on acceptance.

Uzbekistan Airways takes delivery of its first Airbus A320

Uzbekistan Airways (Tashkent) yesterday (July 16) took delivery of its first new Airbus A320.

Copyright Photo: Gerd Beilfuss. Airbus A320-214 D-AVVA (msn 4371) at Hamburg (Finkenwerder) on July 13 became UK32011 on delivery.

Uzbekistan Airways is now operating this Airbus A300 freighter

Uzbekistan Airways (Tashkent) is now operating this Airbus A300B4-622R on cargo flights. UK-31005 (msn 722) approaches Frankfurt for landing on November 27, 2009 and only displays a tail logo.

Copyright Photo: Axel J.